Law & Order: Trial by Jury: Season 1, Episode 8

Skeleton (15 Apr. 2005)

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McCoy wants to pursue the case of the man who shot Detective Green, but Branch forces him to turn it over to Kibre. Initially she allows Fontana to work with Ravell, but his overzealous ... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Danielle Blair
Shane Lucas
Jose Edwin Soto ...
Jonathan Hogan ...
Everett Phelps
Stephanie Davis


McCoy wants to pursue the case of the man who shot Detective Green, but Branch forces him to turn it over to Kibre. Initially she allows Fontana to work with Ravell, but his overzealous attempts to get justice for his partner result in him being dismissed from the case. It is revealed that the hit man who shot Kenny Peluso was in fact sent by a maker and distributor of pornography whom Peluso worked with, and who believed that Peluso was a witness with the D.A.'s office in a murder that he had helped Peluso to commit. However, the D.A.'s office is surprised to find that the victim is someone they had never suspected. Written by Bronwyn S.

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This was the continuation of Law & Order: Tombstone (2005). See more »


Det. Joe Fontana: [attempting to sound stern, but with affection] Do you have any idea how much crap I've had to go through because of you?
Detective Ed Green: [weakly, but grinning] Hey, Joe.
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References Law & Order: Tombstone (2005) See more »

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Who Shot Jesse Martin and Why
7 February 2013 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

The short lived Law And Order: Trial By Jury show had as one of its episodes a cross over from Law And Order prime. In the first show Detective Jesse Martin was shot and seriously wounded and a witness in the case on the first show killed.

Too bad for all concerned perpetrators that Martin lived because he gave a dead bang identification of the shooter Jose Edwin Soto. When Dennis Farina of the first series and Kirk Acevedo of this series arrest Soto he was contract killer and the story he tells involves some real sleazy folks who are in the pornography business and it seems the guy who ordered the hit Jonathan Hogan may have been the murderer in a snuff film.

A pair of female ADAs, Bebe Neuwirth and Amy Carlson, handle the prosecution with all the skills we've come to expect from Sam Waterston and his various second chairs. The show never really got off the ground and maybe there was just a little too much Law And Order on NBC and the various cable networks where the syndicated episodes popped up.

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